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asked mar August 16, 2014 01:03 AM  

What is difference between windows 2000 server and windows 2003 server?


           

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answered By kpreeti2011   0  

Windows 2000 Server

Windows 2003 Server

When installing terminal services for win2000 u r prompted to select application server functions or administrative functions sets can be installed sequently on one server but it performs only one function at one time.

It distinguishes between application and administrative services but installation and management are now consolidated.

Domain Renaming is not possible

Domain can be rename

It supports of 8 processors and 64 GB RAM

It supports up to 64 processors and max of 512GB RAM.

Supports IIS 5.0

Supports IIS 6.0

doesnÂ’t support Dot net

Supports Microsoft .NET 2.0

It has basic concept of DFS (Distributed File systems) with defined roots

It has Enhanced DFS support with multiple roots.

It has Internet Explorer 5

It has Internet Explorer 6

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